Whitelines is one of the simple tools that I use in my lectures and teaching to present information, derive equations and explain concepts to students. Subsequently, with the help of the free app provided by Whitelines, we can readily digitise these materials online with students, helping them with their learning.
Recently, i have also explored the use of Whitelines as a tool to help create online videos, explaining certain concepts. You may have seen this in my webpage in my previous post.
The pdf version of the video is attached here:
To make this video, we only need to have a simple webcam and use the screen capture tools such as Panapto or Camtasia to help us record, edit and publish the video.
A short video created using skills and tips from my recent course on Camtasia video recording and editing.
Graphical Abstract from Review (https://doi.org/10.3390/pharmaceutics11010021)
Our recent review article on “Microencapsulation and Nanoencapsulation Using Supercritical Fluid (SCF) Techniques” explains and summarizes the various techniques of encapsulation using supercritical carbon dioxide. We explained the different roles that can be played by supercritical carbon dioxide in designing encapsulation processes to achieve the desired formulation, including foaming and drying.
Our recent chapter written on invitation on “Process economics and feasibility of subcritical & supercritical fluid processing” for Elsevier is now available online (https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-08-100596-5.22931-4). This chapter looks into aspects of process design and economics of supercritical processes, and highlights the implications for scale-up for supercritical technologies.
Our recent article in collaboration with EWTCOI (Ngee Ann Polytechnic) on “Mathematical modeling of mass transfer in supercritical fluid extraction of patchouli oil” is now published in Engineering Reports (an open access journal by Wiley). (https://doi.org/10.1002/eng2.12051)